People in Wisconsin can now see how many doses of the COVID-19 vaccine the state has gotten and given.
The Department of Health Services launched a new COVID-19 Vaccine Data page Tuesday.
So far, Wisconsin has been allocated 265,575 doses, this includes Pfizer and Moderna vaccines.
Of those, 156,875 have shipped and 47,157 have been administered.
There’s also a break down of how many doses are administered each day.
DHS says those who are administrating the vaccine are doing everything they can do so quickly and safely.
As efforts ramp up, it expects to see total doses administered keep pace with shipments.